keeker

keeker

(ˈkiːkə)
n
1. someone who peeps, such as a peeping Tom
2. an eye
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A keeker was someone who inspected the hewers - the men who extracted the coal - and an onsetter was the man stationed at the bottom of the mineshaft to hook and unhook tubs of coal.
Tenders are invited for Handles For Beater Of Keeker Hard Wood, Size 3
The list includes seniors Taylor Keeker, Katelyn Ohlrich and Tang, sophomores Silvia Colussi-Pelaez, Madeline Gardiner, Taylor Ricci and McMillan, and freshman Shireen Khamedoost.
The supporters' group - dubbed Too Near the Keeker - are a clutch of pals who have been following their team religiously through thick and thin over the past four decades.
Specific objectives--The objectives of the game should be transmitted clearly and directly to the player (Pagulayan, Keeker, Wixon, Romero, & Fuller, 2003).
A true pitman poet, he described the working man's lot in poems such as Oakey's Keeker, Nanny's a Mazer, The Durham Lock-Out and The Sheel Raa Flood.
Challenge has been constantly listed as the most important element of a good digital game (Lazzaro & Keeker 2004: 2).
Kathryn," a second grader who loved horses, had great difficulty distinguishing the "ea" contraction from the letter "a" until she read Keeker and the Sneaky Pony (Higginson, 2006).
I hope her eye doesn't come up in a great black keeker or I know she'll tell everyone, "Alison kneed me in the face.
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This often leads to poor usability and can cause users to spend unnecessary amounts of time and effort seeking the desired information (Kanerva, Keeker, Risden, Schuh, & Czerwinski, 1997; Rosenfeld, 2000).
His vision was temporarily impaired but, thankfully, all he has been left with is a big keeker.